By Abdel-Fatau Musah (Editor), J. 'Kayode Fayemi (Editor)
This strong booklet reviews mercenary involvement in post-Cold warfare African conflicts. The individuals examine the hyperlinks among the increase in inner conflicts and the proliferation of mercenary actions within the Nineteen Nineties; the excellence within the tools followed through chilly conflict mercenaries and their modern opposite numbers; the convoluted community among inner most armies; company pursuits and sustained poverty in Africa’s poorest nations; and the relationship among mercenary actions and fingers proliferation. nations mentioned comprise Sierra Leone, Zaire, Angola, Uganda and Congo.
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